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    Closed Course SET UP on FZR ??

    At the moment i have a complete R&D Set up for closed course.(Ride plate,intake grate and sponsons)

    Can i do some changes by other products for better handling and hookup around buoys.
    What about the TBM intake grate and sponsons ??

    Need Feedback for keeping the nose down around buoys.


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    Drop nozzle might help

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    For on the cheap since you have the r&d stuff already, start shimming the back of your plate down. Replace the sponsons with worx. In theory, the tbm cone should help out with hookup.

    If you want to win in proam, worx sponsons and plate. Skat pump with drop nozzle.

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    Thx for the reply... But keep in mind i compete in stock class.

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    The R&D grate and sponsons are probably OK, so I wouldn't neccessarily replace them. Though maybe based on the comments above you might try the worx grate - I have no experience with the worx grate.

    You might be better off with the stock plate so might might try both and select the one you like best. The stock plate was designed to provide good handling.

    With the R&D plate you might try using the OEM spacers.

    Get a Skat impeller - that will improve holeshot and acceleration. The skat twin impeller works well in race conditions.

    An aftermarket seat cover would help.

    Within the confines of the rules, get more air to the motor, free up the exhaust and get more water in and out of the intercooler.
    Last edited by philip_gpr; 10-05-2010 at 09:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philip_gpr View Post
    The R&D grate and sponsons are probably OK, so I wouldn't neccessarily replace them. Though maybe based on the comments above you might try the worx grate - I have no experience with the worx grate.

    You might be better off with the stock plate so might might try both and select the one you like best. The stock plate was designed to provide good handling.

    With the R&D plate you might try using the OEM spacers.

    Get a Skat impeller - that will improve holeshot and acceleration.

    An aftermarket seat cover would help.

    Within the confines of the rules, get more air to the motor, free up the exhaust and get more water in and out of the intercooler.
    How would the aftermarket seat covers help ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterholics View Post
    How would the aftermarket seat covers help ????
    the oem vinyl seat cover is very slippery specially when wet. an aftermarket seat cover will keep you on the seat alot better on those tight turns while racing CC.

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